Your leadership style and its effect on your teams and culture

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In the current environment, it's extremely important to make the interactions with your teams count. Your leadership style plays a key role.

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“Trust me. I’m your manager” - But it isn't always so simple. In the current working environment, it’s more important than ever to make the interactions with your teams count. Faced with challenges such as remote teams (across the globe potentially), increased or decreased demand as a consequence of the pandemic, and a generally fast-paced environment, it is important to pause every now and then to reflect on yourself as a leader. We invite you to learn more about your leadership style, and the effect it has on your company.

In this workshop you will:

  • Discuss the attributes of a good leader
  • Identify your ‘go-to’ leadership style
  • Understand the different styles and when to use them

About the Speaker

Nic Smith: Nic is the Founder of Project XX, which aims to help businesses equip, empower and encourage their employees in reaching their highest potential. She has over 15 years of training & development experience and has supported over 250 leaders across multiple sectors since starting Project XX. Nic has a background in Leadership NLP, Psychology, Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and additionally she is a qualified mental health first aider.

"I am truly passionate about supporting and developing individuals to achieve their personal and professional goals. In an age of technology, it is sometimes easy to forget the importance of the people behind the processes. My goal is to help leaders and their teams to become the best versions of themselves.”

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